Greater Philadelphia Is Community And Home To A Diverse Culture Of Sex Workers.

 You do not need to be a sex worker to be involved.
You just need to care.

Do you know of a sex worker – or person exploring their gender identity who may have been mistaken for a sex worker  murdered in Pennsylvania?

See You At  Thomas Paine Plaza On Sunday Afternoon December 17th, 2017

Celebration Of Life Expressed In the Form Of An Artistic  Mindful Memorial Vigil  3 – 5


Thomas Paine Plaza  Across From City Hall. Ceremony Opening Again In Memory Of Philly Runaway Donna Marie Gentile. May No Murder Ever Again Be NHI. No matter what culture: NHI is NOT OK!


THANK YOU to everyone who braved the storm for the 2016 D/17 at Thomas Paine Plaza. Your participation added light and love to the day. THANK YOU – including though not limited –  to:  The  Black Coalition Fighting Back Serial Murders,  ELS, Erotic Service Providers Union (ESPU-Philly), The ESPLER Project, Food Not Bombs, Global Women’s Strike, New Jersey Red Umbrella Alliance, Philadelphia Red Umbrella Alliance, Project SAFE, SWOP Behind Bars, SWOP USA, US Pros Collective  and  our amazingly supportive, awesome local community allies. Respect. Love. Respect.

You don’t need to be a sex worker to care.

In its 2015 Universal Periodic Review of Human Rights, the State Department affirmed the 2010 United Nations Recommendation #86, stating, “We agree that no one should face violence or discrimination in access to public services based on sexual orientation or their status as a person in prostitution,” and we call upon the States to do likewise. There are numerous instances of state laws and regulations that still discriminate against our community. (ESPLER Project  Policy Agenda)

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